Iceland -Employment report 2014 -February 12, 2015

Labour Force Survey data indicate that there were 177,700 employed persons on average in 2014, 52.2% of which were men and 47.8% women. In 2014 the real wage index has increased by 5.5%.

Labour Force Survey data indicate that there were 177,700 employed persons on average in 2014, 52.2% of which were men and 47.8% women. The distribution of workers by economic activity in 2014 (NACE Rev.2) shows that the largest sectors were: Wholesale and Retail Trade, 13.6%; Education, 13.3%; Human Health and Social Work, 12.2%; Manufacturing, 11.5%; Accommodation and Food Services, 6.8%; Professional, Scientific and Technical Activities, 6.5%; Construction, 6.1%; and Transportation and Storage, 6.1%. In 2014 the real wage index has increased by 5.5%.

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